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Marvin Bell New Poetry Collection
Incarnate: The Collected Dead Man Poems will be released in October 2019 by Copper Canyon Press: The Dead Man, Marvin Bell’s brilliant poetic invention, is an overarching consciousness, alive and dead at once, defeating time. Mystical and anonymous, The Dead Man offers searing insight into the joys, as well as the catastrophes, of fluctuating cultural and political moments. 
1984
Pacific University's Exercise Science Department is taking an active role in surveilling the audiences at performances of 1984.
Rylee Trendell working in the outdoors
Rylee Trendell '19 found Pacific to be a good fit because of his personal connections with professors, as well as the opportunity to play collegiate basketball.
Deedra Mason '95, director of clinical education and research for nutraMetrix Custom Health Solutions of Greensboro, N.C., contributes to the company's health blog, including a recent post "Is Your Superfood Your Superhero?"
Professor Anil Oommen, Interim Director of the School of Learning and Teaching at the Eugene Campus, was quoted in Washington Post Commentary on the importance of comprehensive sexual health education in elementary schools.
Molly Gloss
MFA faculty member and author Molly Gloss talked about writing with a former student at CraftLiterary.com.
Terry Sigel
Terry Sigel '65, former Peace Corps volunteer and US Navy officer, died of cancer July 13, 2019.
Moon
Pacific University cosmologist and assistant physics professor Todd Duncan was awarded $8,000 by the Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium to develop a model that illustrates the optimal orbital pattern for a spacecraft working above the lunar surface.
Hundreds of alumni are expected to return to campus for Homecoming 2019 – Oct. 18 - 20. We invite all members of the university community to join us in welcoming them home.
lunar surface
Pacific University junior Tiare Guerrero and Morgan Kerr-Staudinger, who's working toward her master's degree in teaching, each were awarded $3,000 scholarships by the Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium.

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